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Jan 17, 2017

Expansion of Facilities

Bhikhu has regained sight through cataract surgery
Bhikhu has regained sight through cataract surgery

We are grateful to our donors and well wishers that we could expand our services at the project:

1. Exansion of Dinning Facities: The N H Eye Hospital has Bareja is now expanded its infrastruture facilities. With the support of 2 donors from USA, thte dinning facilities at the project have been expanded. Now all the patients, their escorts and volunteers will be provided free meals at the hospital. Thanks to generous donations for establishing the dinning hall and kitchen facilities that these services could be expanded.

2. Services for Ratino-pathy: Generally retina treatment is expnasive and poor persons are not able to afford to get such advanced treatment. The project with the support of a donor from USA has expanded retina intervention services. Now the project is in a position to provide services of retinopathy free of cost or at very affordable cost.

3. Expansion of Operation Theatre: As present, operation theatre is running to the capacity, the project wishes to establish a second well established operation theatre. A donor from USA has very gracefully committed support for this purpose. Within next 3 months, the second operation theatre would be ready. Thus the project would be able to double its surgical intervention.

The statistical performance during the period 1st September to 31st December, 2016 is given below:

S.N    Name of the procedure           Number of Surgeries

1       Cataract                                    2340

2       AGS (Glaucoma)                            9

3       Chelezion                                     24

4       Keratoplasty                                   0

5       Posterior Capsular Opacity (PCO) 224

6       Ptryrisium                                     31

7       Squint                                             0

        Total                                          2628

Thus the project is making a steady progress in respect of achieving its objective of providing better eye health facilities

Maniben can see better
Maniben can see better
Smile on the face of Revaben her surgery
Smile on the face of Revaben her surgery
Oct 7, 2016

Better Quality of Eye Services

A Group Ready to Depart after Eye Surgeries
A Group Ready to Depart after Eye Surgeries

Statistical report of Blind People’s Association-Bareja Hospital for the year – 2016

 (1st of June 2016 to 31st of August - 2016)

S.N   Name of the procedure  Number of Surgeries

1       Cataract                 1970

2        AGS (Glaucoma)       14

3        Chelezion                  41

4         Keratoplasty               1

5         Posterior Capsular Opacity (PCO)  195

6         Ptryrigium                62

7         Squint                       1

Total 2284 (Two Thousand Two Hundred Eighty Four Only)

During   1st of June 2016 to 31st of August 2016 a total number of 2284 patients have undergone surgery at Navalbhai & Hiraba Eye Hospital, An unit of Blind People Association, Bareja. Out of these, 1970 have undergone surgery for cataract which is the leading cause of blindness.

During the reporting period (1st of June 2016 to 31st of August 2016) 81 outreach programs were organized in remote locations of Gujarat where 11231 patients were provided treatment at their doorstep and among them 1232 patients were identified as having cataract and 892 were operated at Bareja hospital.    

3 Vision centers are running on regular Basis at Vatrak Hospital, Modasa Annpurana Trust and Varsoda which provided treatment to 1446 patients for various eye ailments.

Megha eye checkup camp were organized at 14 locations of Ahmedabad with the support of Areez Khambata Benevolent Trust, Gruh Finance and other Corporate.   

17 eye checks up camp were organized near Honda plant in Vithalapur area with the support from Honda.

7 eye checkup camps organized with the support from Anugraha Dristidan, New Delhi.

The Scale project started with the support from SEVA Foundation with the purpose of  develop hospital protocol, improving infrastructure, developing human resource development and increasing quality standards.

Solar system installed in order to use renewable energy and save electricity. 

Post Operative Counselling
Post Operative Counselling
What a Joy after Surgery
What a Joy after Surgery
Now She Can See Again
Now She Can See Again
Jun 27, 2016

Manager visits USA under Fellowship Programme

Dharma attending session at Okhlahoma University
Dharma attending session at Okhlahoma University

The Manager of Project, Mr. Dharmendra Jena recenlty visited USA under Professional Fellowship Programme. He competed for this program and got selected. During his visit, he was placed with Oklahoma university. As his project work, he was placed at Deen Mac Gee Eye Institute. He had the opportunity of meeting the Dean, Research fellows, Head of Research Division and other specialists of this great institute.

He was guided by all the experts in respect of quality of services. He also observed various reseach initiatives and new technology and new methods of conducting eye surgeries.

This is the first time that a Manager of an eye hospital had an opportunity of visiting such an high tech eye institute in the USA.

This visit will enable the project to improve quality of services and to adopt new technologies. The first lesson that Dharmendra learnt from this visit was the Project should provide comprehensive services in respect of all types of ophthalmic interventions.

Encouraged from visit, the project going to take the following measures:

1. Improve qualty of retina treatment services

2. Adopt approrpriate protocols for patient care, surgical intervention and flow of material, human resources and patients.

3. Introduce computer software for maintaining patient records, inventory, cash collecting, reporting and grievance rederessal.

4. Netwroking with other such eye hospitals, reserach institues and Health Department etc.

This visit will enhance quality of services at the project

Dharma attending session as Okhlahoma University
Dharma attending session as Okhlahoma University
With Dr. Jin Durbin, Executive Director
With Dr. Jin Durbin, Executive Director
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